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The Lost Art of Pure Worship by [Goll, James W., Dupre, Chris]
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"In Lost Art of Pure Worship, James sounded the trumpet and gathered men and women, who have an understanding and experienced pure true worship, to contribute their gems of revelation that will take you into a new dimension of worshipping and loving God as He deserves."
--Dr. Che Ahn, Senior Pastor of HROCK Church, Pasadena, CA



"The Lost Art of Pure Worship will call you into the depths of that holy, vital, place of devotion and adoration."
--Patricia King, Founder of XPministries

About the Author

Dr. James W. Goll is the cofounder of Encounters Network, director of PrayerStorm, and coordinates Encounters Alliance, a coalition of leaders. He has shared Jesus in more than 40 nations worldwide. He is the author of numerous books, a contributing writer to "Kairos" magazine, and an instructor at the Wagner Leadership Institute. He has four children: Justin, GraceAnn, Tyler, and Rachel; and makes his home in Franklin, Tennessee.


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  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0768441285
  • Publisher: Destiny Image (19 Jun. 2012)
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  • Language: English
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Take the On-Ramp Into Abba Father's Arms 3 July 2012
By HS - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Do you have a "Magnificent Obsession" for ALL things in God?

Yes or no?

If no, then I counsel you to read this book.

If yes, then I counsel you to read this book.

Here's what is wonderful about The Lost Art of Pure Worship - it is comprised of the knowledge and experience of several writers; bringing their unique backgrounds and perspectives to the subject of the art of worship.

You may be surprised to learn a thing or two about what exactly worship is - from a biblical point of view. Hint: it's not only music!

Worship also has more than one purpose - it certainly is NOT about passing the time until the pastor speaks. You'll learn about how King David set a new benchmark for worship that is followed to this day.

One chapter illustrates how worship can plant living seeds into the lives of people who may not even know the Lord yet. Another chapter discusses how musical worship has evolved over the years with each generation. This was certainly an eye-opener to me.

Anyone who has heard James W. Goll sing in person knows how passionate he is about praise and worship - so this book is worth reading for that alone!

As a bonus there are lyrics to several hymns and contemporary songs at the end of each chapter.

The Lost Art of Pure Worship is a solid roadmap guiding Messianic and Christian Believers to the on-ramp (worship) of a highway predestined for glorious encounters with Abba Father, Yeshua Jesus and the Holy Spirit (Ruach ha Kodesh).
It's a trip worth taking.

Selah

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this E-Book free from the publisher through Destiny Image Book Review Program. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars never let down 10 July 2012
By missionsmamat - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I received a free ebook from Destiny Image. I am never let down by a book written by James Goll. You can catch the hunger for God not only from him, but from each and every author in this book. An amazing read, which leaves you hungering for more and more of God. Great job to everyone involved with writing and publishing this book. I will definately be keeping this book, as I will return to it many times for a repeat for some of the great Golden Nuggets that are within it's pages.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fabulous Read 8 July 2012
By 937Valerie - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
A true page turner! This book will touch a place in your heart that will have you crying out for true, genuine worship to the Father. Perhaps even have you on your knees asking for a fresh start.....I loved it, and will read it again and again. I received a free ebook from the publisher.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Finding out about pure worship 28 Dec. 2012
By pabrown - Published on Amazon.com
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James Goll has written another good book that enriched my life in the importance that I need to truly understand how to open up the heavenly and send out prayers that will cause changes to occur in the spiritual realm.
5.0 out of 5 stars For The Audience of One 12 Feb. 2013
By golden man - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
The Lost Art of Pure Worship was written by James Goll, in concert with (pardon the pun), Chris Dupre, Feff Deyo, Sean Feucht, Julie meyer, and Rachel Tucker. All had a hand in writing one or more chapters of the book. James Goll is the president of Encounters Network, International Prayer Storm, and founder of G.E.T. School of the Heart. Chris Dupre worked alongside Mike Bickle, establishing the International House of Prayer. Jeff Deyo is a full time faculty member at North Central University, and was the original lead singer in the band Sonic Flood. He is the founder of Worship City Ministries, and the Pure Worship Institute. Sean Feucht is the founder of the global worship and prayer Burn 24-7. Julie Meyer is a prophetic worship leader and songwriter at the International House of Prayer. Rachel Tucker is a singer/songwriter, along with her husband in their band, August York. Just as denominational walls must fall in order to enter "pure worship", I think more than ever, the God we serve is bringing cooporation and collaboration into the Body of Christ.

The book hits a bullseye with "For the Audience of One." That's the start of pure worship. (And the middle and the ending too!) We don't DO worship, we BECOME worship. Our entire identity is being supernaturally loved as a son or a daughter. Matt Redmon is quoted: "Though overwhelmed by many troubles, they (the persevering worshippers) are even more overwhelmed by the beauty of God."

Julie Meyer tells about being invited to a cathedral in Singapore. She was advised to tell her worship team to play their instruments really loud or they would be drowned out by the people from many nations present as they sang. The host pastor said: "Do you see the people on the first seven rows? These are my friends and they are here from Indonesia. I was just there doing the burial ceremony for their pastor who was killed for his faith. Look, Julie; look how they worship the Lord! Listen to their voices. Listen to the strength of their sound. There is no stopping this sound, Julie." Julie teared up and the pastor said "Do you know why they sing so loud? Oil. It's oil, Julie. They have a life of God no one would even know about and a reservoir of oil to carry with them wherever they go, regardless of whatever they face, or whatever is taken from them. They have an abundance of oil, and it flows with them everywhere they go."

Sean Feucht tells us King David cultivated intimacy with God, and this prepared him for "giants, battles, betrayals, and victories to come." Worship precedes the presence of God, and a broken healer precedes breakthrough in ministry.

I would like to quote a passage Jeff Deyo included from the Message Bible: "I can't stand your religious meetings. I'm fed up with your conferences and conventions. I want nothing to do with your religious projects, your pretentious slogans and goals. I'm sick of your fund-raising schemes, your public relations and image making. I've had all I can take of your noisy ego-music. When was the last time you sang to Me? Do you know what I want? I want justice-oceans of it. I want fairness- rivers of it. That's what I want. It's all I want." (Amos 5:21-24 TM)

As Jeff Deyo says, "Your whole life is a song." Rachel Tucker found out that even repeating cuss words in a play matter to God. Get this book and read about how the Lord even spoke to her through her brother, Tyler, in a dream. He told Rachel, "Rachel don't do it. Don't start cursing."

This is a great book if you hunger for more of God or you want your family in Christ to all be on the same page, going the same direction. You become what you talk about. You open or close the heavens by the stories you tell. You also become what you sing. Ultimately, like Chuck Smith said, "You become like the god you serve." Don't get this book and read it. Get this book and EAT IT.
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